Wherein Jamie Lynn Spears Breaks My Bank

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  1. Bob says:

    you start giving in now and you’re sooooooo in trouble by the time they’re teens.

  2. ms. changes pants while driving says:

    that’s adorable.

    this might sound weird, but my sister and i (when we lived together) would occassionally sleep in the same bed. it was after a bad break up, or when our grandmother died. very comforting.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Well, I like the new photo of Ms Marscapone, but you’re clearly not Italian.


  4. chelle says:

    awww so sweet that they have each other to depend on! That is enough for me to be convinced that a second, is alright!

  5. Her Grace says:

    Pure emotional blackmail right there. They’re good. You better keep an eye on them.

    I love it when my girls sleep together. It’s so sweet. That is, until about 5 AM and they start kicking each other and fighting in their sleep. In fact, when my three-year-old gets tangled in her blankets (EVERY NIGHT! Girl has a problem), the first name she yells out in anger is her sister’s.

  6. Shania says:

    What a great sister to comfort her widdle brudder. Adorable!

  7. Anonymous says:

    I’ve faced the same issues of lack of sleep with number three. Serious grumpiness and regrets here though as coffee is not liked. The big guys haven’t figured out that some kids get allowance yet, trying to see how long we can get away with it.

  8. Jazz says:

    Aw, aren’t they cute…

    As for the manipulation, ‘course they manipulate you, it’s what kids do…

  9. lime says:

    give em each $2. the uninterupted sleep is soooo worth it.

  10. Glamourpuss says:

    What are they spending this money on? Green slime? Crack?


  11. Anette says:

    Aaah! bless their sweet sleeping faces! I remember we had a few situations like that at our house too! At least you know that you’re manipulated!

  12. Vodka Mom says:

    they are too damn cute. no shit.

  13. Shania says:

    OK, you’re going to think I’m a total whackadoo, but I cannot find your email address anywhere! and I know I’ve responded to your comments on my blog before! (yes, I’m aware I’ve lost my mind. I’m looking for it)

    I wanted to thank you for your compliment on my writing. I honestly can’t remember the last time someone gave me a compliment and you have no idea how much it means.

    And as far as needing hours to read my past stuff?? Pfft, girlfriend, I’ve only written about 70 posts, 80% of which are fluff. So I’m thinking, twenty minutes, tops!

    Thanks again. If you have an email you give out (I know some don’t) please send it to me. wellimaginethat@gmail.com

  14. stepping over the junk says:

    that is too cute. my kids would be up all night chatting and laughing if they slept in the same bed. and we have the same thing, kids scared of things they see on Zoey and Zack and Cody

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  16. furiousBall says:

    oh man… did Dikembe Mutombo log in with my name again? sorry J… dikembe!!!

  17. heartinsanfrancisco says:

    I commented to this yesterday. In your son’s accent. Now it’s gone and I can’t remember what I said.

    Does this mean we’re finished?

  18. Princess Pointful says:

    I have to give a loving little squeal when looking at that photo. It just oozes adorability.

  19. pistols at dawn says:

    Adjusting for inflation is the doom of all parental allowance-based economies.

  20. Diana says:

    See? This is why I turn to you over and over. I just need Sara to crawl into Colin’s bed instead of ours at 2am. Brilliant.

    Colin is money hungry ever since finding out that Legos don’t grow on trees and Santa won’t be coming for another 3 months. I’m thinking a buck a night is money well spent.

    Although that might backfire and lead him to plant nightmares in her brain from now until he leaves for college in 9 years.

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